The Resource GMAT, by Lisa Zimmer Hatch and Scott A. Hatch

GMAT, by Lisa Zimmer Hatch and Scott A. Hatch

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GMAT
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GMAT
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by Lisa Zimmer Hatch and Scott A. Hatch
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GMAT for Dummies
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Hatch, Lisa Zimmer
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  • Hatch, Scott A.
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  • Graduate Management Admission Test
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GMAT, by Lisa Zimmer Hatch and Scott A. Hatch
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  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Getting the Lowdown on the GMAT -- Knowing Why the GMAT Is Important -- Timing It Perfectly: When to Take the GMAT (And What to Bring) -- When to register for and take the GMAT -- Things to take to the GMAT (and things to leave at home) -- Forming First Impressions: The Format of the GMAT -- Getting familiar with what the GMAT tests -- Understanding the computerized format -- Honing your computer skills for the GMAT -- Knowing Where You Stand: Scoring Considerations -- How the GMAT testers figure your score -- How the GMAT testers report your score -- Why you should (almost) never cancel your GMAT score -- Repeating the Process: Retaking the GMAT -- ch. 2 Maximizing Your Score on the GMAT -- Discovering Strategies for Successful Guessing -- Forcing yourself to guess so you can move on -- Understanding the importance of completing each section -- Winning the Race against the Clock -- Giving each question equal treatment -- Making time for the last ten questions -- Keeping track of your pace -- Getting Rid of Wrong Answers -- Keeping track of eliminated answer choices for the computer test format -- Recognizing wrong answers -- Playing It Smart: A Few Things You Shouldn't Do When Taking the Test -- Don't lose your focus -- Don't read questions at lightning speed -- Don't waste all your time on the hardest questions -- Don't cheat -- Tackling a Case of Nerves with Relaxation Techniques -- Devising a Plan of Attack -- ch. 3 Mastering Business-School Admissions -- Choosing a Business School -- Lining Up Your Ducks-Applying to Business Schools -- When to apply -- What to submit -- Crafting Effective Business-School Essays -- ch. 4 Applying What You Learned (We Hope) in Grammar Class: Sentence Correction -- Building a Solid Foundation: Grammar Basics -- Getting wordy: The parts of speech -- Pulling together: The parts of a sentence -- Pointing Out Mistakes: Common Sentence-Correction Errors -- Can't we all just get along? Errors in subject-verb and noun-pronoun agreement -- Building code violations: Faulty construction -- Follow the idiom: Correct use of standard expressions -- Implementing an Approach to Sentence-Correction Questions -- Spotting the error -- Eliminating answers that don't correct errors -- Eliminating choices that create new errors -- Rereading the sentence -- Reviewing the process and guessing on sentence corrections -- Sentence-Correction Practice Problems with Answer Explanations -- Practice problems -- Answer explanations -- ch. 5 Not as Enticing as a Bestseller: Reading Comprehension -- judging by Appearances: What Reading-Comprehension Questions Look Like -- Approaching Reading Passages -- Mastering the message: The main point -- Absorbing the ambiance: Author's tone -- Finding the framework: The passage's outline -- Sticking to the Subject: Types of Passages -- Experimenting with natural science passages -- Gathering in social circles: Social science passages -- Getting down to business passages -- Approaching Reading-Comprehension Questions -- Identifying the question type -- Eliminating answer choices -- Dealing with exception questions -- Reading-Comprehension Practice Questions with Answer Explanations -- Reading-comprehension practice questions -- Answer explanations -- ch. 6 Let's Think This Through Logically: Critical Reasoning -- Focusing on "Critical" Concepts: An Overview -- Understanding the structure of the questions -- Figuring out how to answer the questions -- Making a Case: Essentials of Informal Logic -- Fighting fair: The elements of an argument -- Getting from Point A to Point B: Types of reasoning -- Thinking Inside the Box: Question Types -- Stalking Your Prey: How to Approach Each Question Type -- Strengthening or weakening arguments -- Delving into drawing conclusions -- Spotting those sneaky assumptions -- Using your noggin to make inferences -- Making your way through method-of-reasoning questions -- Critical-Reasoning Practice Questions and Answer Explanations -- Critical-reasoning practice questions -- Answer explanations -- ch. 7 Bringing It Together: A Mini Practice Verbal Section -- Working Through Verbal Reasoning Practice Questions -- Understanding What's Right with Answer Explanations -- ch. 8 Analyze This: What to Expect from the Analytical Writing Assessment -- Fitting in the AWA with the Rest of the GMAT -- Calling 411: Your AWA Writing Tools -- Analyzing an Argument -- Racking Up the Points: How the GMAT Scores Your Essay -- Getting to know your readers -- Interpreting the scores -- Requesting your essay be rescored -- ch. 9 Present Perfect Paragraphs: How to Write a GMAT Essay -- Avoiding Grammar, Punctuation, and Mechanics Errors -- Punctuation errors -- Sentence-structure problems -- Faulty forming of possessives -- Spelling issues -- More dos and don'ts -- Practice makes perfect! -- Building a Better Essay: Ten Steps to a Higher Score -- ch. 10 Deconstructing Sample GMAT Essays -- Defining GMAT AWA Scores -- Taking a Look at Sample Essays -- Sample essay #1 -- Discussion of sample essay #1 -- Sample essay #2 -- Discussion of sample essay #2 -- Sample essay #3 -- Discussion of sample essay #3 -- Sample essay #4 -- Discussion of sample essay #4 -- ch. 11 Sampling a Series of Writing Prompts -- Sample Prompt #1 -- Sample response to essay #1 -- Dissection of essay #1 -- Sample Prompt #2 -- Sample response to essay #2 -- Dissection of essay #2 -- Sample Prompt #3 -- Sample response to essay #3 -- Dissection of essay #3 -- Sample Prompt #4 -- Sample response to essay #4 -- Dissection of essay #4 -- ch. 12 Getting Back to Basics: Numbers and Operations -- Just Your Type: Kinds of Numbers -- It's Not Brain Surgery: Basic Operations -- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing -- Checking out the real estate: Properties of real numbers -- Using Little Numbers for Big Values: Bases and Exponents -- Adding and subtracting with exponents -- Multiplying and dividing with exponents -- Figuring out the powers of 0 and 1 -- Dealing with fractional exponents -- Working with negative exponents -- Checking Out the Ancestry: Roots -- Order of Operations: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally -- Splitting Up: Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages -- Defining numerators, denominators, and other stuff you need to know about fractions -- Adding and subtracting fractions -- Multiplying and dividing fractions -- Calculating percent change -- Taking it further: Repeated percent change -- Making Comparisons: Ratios and Proportions -- Playing the Numbers: Scientific Notation -- ch. 13 Considering All the Variables: Algebra -- Defining the Elements: Algebraic Terms -- Braving the unknowns: Variables and constants -- Coming together: Terms and expressions -- Knowing the nomials: Kinds of expressions -- Maintaining an Orderly Fashion: Algebraic Operations -- Adding to and taking away -- Multiplying and dividing expressions -- Extracting Information: Factoring Polynomials -- Something in common: Finding common factors -- Two by two: Factoring quadratic polynomials -- Minding Your Ps and Qs: Functions -- Standing in: Understanding function terminology -- Taking it to the limit: Domain and range of functions -- Putting On Your Thinking Cap: Problem-Solving -- Isolating the variable: Linear equations -- Bringing in the substitution: Simultaneous equations -- Not playing fair: Inequalities -- Solving quadratic equations -- Reading between the lines: Word problems -- Burning the midnight oil: Work problems -- Going the distance: Distance problems -- ch. 14 Getting the Angle on Geometry: Planes and Solids -- Fishing for the Answers: Lines and Angles -- Trusting Triangles -- Triple treat: Types of triangles -- The area of a triangle -- The Pythagorean theorem and other cool stuff about right triangles -- A striking resemblance: Similar triangles -- Playing Four Square: Quadrilaterals -- Drawing parallels: Parallelograms -- Raising the roof: Trapezoids -- Showing Their Good Sides: Other Polygons -- Eating Up Pieces of Pi: Circles -- Ring measurements: Radius, diameter, and circumference -- Blueprints for Noah: Arcs -- Line'em up: Chords, inscribed and circumscribed figures, and tangents -- Getting a Little Depth Perception: Three-Dimensional Geometry -- Chipping off the old block: Rectangular solids -- Sipping from soda cans and other cylinders -- ch. 15 Keeping in Step: Coordinate Geometry -- Taking Flight: The Coordinate Plane -- Line dancing: Understanding coordinate geometry -- What's the point? Finding the coordinates -- On all fours: Identifying quadrants -- Slip-Sliding Away: Slope and Linear Equations -- Taking a peak: Defining the slope of a line -- Using the slope-intercept form to graph lines -- Meeting in the middle -- Going the distance -- Considering other shapes on the coordinate plane -- Fully Functioning: Graphing Functions -- Passing the vertical line test -- Feeling at home with domain and range -- ch. 16 Manipulating Numbers: Statistics and Sets -- Joining a Clique: Groups -- Setting Up Sets -- Set terminology -- Getting a visual: Venn diagrams -- Making Arrangements: Permutations and Combinations -- Positioning with permutations -- Coming together: Combinations -- Meeting in the Middle: Mean, Median, and Mode -- Straying from Home: Range and Standard Deviation -- Scouting out the range -- Watching out for wanderers: Standard deviation -- Predicting the Future: Probability -- Finding the probability of one event -- Finding the probability of many events -- ch. 17 It's All in the Presentation: GMAT Quantitative Question Types -- Enough's Enough: Data-Sufficiency Questions -- You don't need the solution to find the answer -- Steps to approaching data-sufficiency problems -- Taking a Look at Data-Sufficiency Practice Problems -- Practice questions -- Answer explanations -- Houston, We Have a Problem: Problem-Solving Questions -- Trying Out Some Problem-Solving Practice Problems -- Practice questions -- Answer explanations --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 18 All Together Now: A Mini Practice Quantitative Section -- Tackling GMAT Math Practice Questions -- Checking Out the Answer Explanations -- ch. 19 Best of Both Worlds: The Integrated-Reasoning Section -- Understanding What the IR Section Is All About -- Skills tested -- Question format -- Figuring Out How the IR Section Is Scored -- Making the Most of Your Time -- Approaching Each Question Type -- Table analysis -- Two-part analysis -- Graphics interpretation -- Multi-source reasoning -- ch. 20 Deciphering Data in Charts and Graphs -- Approaching Integrated-Reasoning Data in Five Easy Steps -- Translating Information in Tables -- Making Comparisons with Bar Graphs -- Simple bar graphs -- Graphs with many bars -- Segmented bar graphs -- Evaluating Line Graphs -- Basic line graphs -- Scatter plots -- Complex scatter plots -- Clarifying Circle Graphs (Also Known as Pie Charts) -- Extracting Data from Venn Diagrams -- ch. 21 GMAT Practice Test -- ch. 22 Practice Test Answers and Explanations -- ch. 23 Ten Question Types You've Got a Good Shot At -- ch. 24 Ten Writing Errors to Avoid -- ch. 25 Ten Ways to Increase Your Chances of Getting into Business School
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9781119374084
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GMAT, by Lisa Zimmer Hatch and Scott A. Hatch
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Copyright
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Getting the Lowdown on the GMAT -- Knowing Why the GMAT Is Important -- Timing It Perfectly: When to Take the GMAT (And What to Bring) -- When to register for and take the GMAT -- Things to take to the GMAT (and things to leave at home) -- Forming First Impressions: The Format of the GMAT -- Getting familiar with what the GMAT tests -- Understanding the computerized format -- Honing your computer skills for the GMAT -- Knowing Where You Stand: Scoring Considerations -- How the GMAT testers figure your score -- How the GMAT testers report your score -- Why you should (almost) never cancel your GMAT score -- Repeating the Process: Retaking the GMAT -- ch. 2 Maximizing Your Score on the GMAT -- Discovering Strategies for Successful Guessing -- Forcing yourself to guess so you can move on -- Understanding the importance of completing each section -- Winning the Race against the Clock -- Giving each question equal treatment -- Making time for the last ten questions -- Keeping track of your pace -- Getting Rid of Wrong Answers -- Keeping track of eliminated answer choices for the computer test format -- Recognizing wrong answers -- Playing It Smart: A Few Things You Shouldn't Do When Taking the Test -- Don't lose your focus -- Don't read questions at lightning speed -- Don't waste all your time on the hardest questions -- Don't cheat -- Tackling a Case of Nerves with Relaxation Techniques -- Devising a Plan of Attack -- ch. 3 Mastering Business-School Admissions -- Choosing a Business School -- Lining Up Your Ducks-Applying to Business Schools -- When to apply -- What to submit -- Crafting Effective Business-School Essays -- ch. 4 Applying What You Learned (We Hope) in Grammar Class: Sentence Correction -- Building a Solid Foundation: Grammar Basics -- Getting wordy: The parts of speech -- Pulling together: The parts of a sentence -- Pointing Out Mistakes: Common Sentence-Correction Errors -- Can't we all just get along? Errors in subject-verb and noun-pronoun agreement -- Building code violations: Faulty construction -- Follow the idiom: Correct use of standard expressions -- Implementing an Approach to Sentence-Correction Questions -- Spotting the error -- Eliminating answers that don't correct errors -- Eliminating choices that create new errors -- Rereading the sentence -- Reviewing the process and guessing on sentence corrections -- Sentence-Correction Practice Problems with Answer Explanations -- Practice problems -- Answer explanations -- ch. 5 Not as Enticing as a Bestseller: Reading Comprehension -- judging by Appearances: What Reading-Comprehension Questions Look Like -- Approaching Reading Passages -- Mastering the message: The main point -- Absorbing the ambiance: Author's tone -- Finding the framework: The passage's outline -- Sticking to the Subject: Types of Passages -- Experimenting with natural science passages -- Gathering in social circles: Social science passages -- Getting down to business passages -- Approaching Reading-Comprehension Questions -- Identifying the question type -- Eliminating answer choices -- Dealing with exception questions -- Reading-Comprehension Practice Questions with Answer Explanations -- Reading-comprehension practice questions -- Answer explanations -- ch. 6 Let's Think This Through Logically: Critical Reasoning -- Focusing on "Critical" Concepts: An Overview -- Understanding the structure of the questions -- Figuring out how to answer the questions -- Making a Case: Essentials of Informal Logic -- Fighting fair: The elements of an argument -- Getting from Point A to Point B: Types of reasoning -- Thinking Inside the Box: Question Types -- Stalking Your Prey: How to Approach Each Question Type -- Strengthening or weakening arguments -- Delving into drawing conclusions -- Spotting those sneaky assumptions -- Using your noggin to make inferences -- Making your way through method-of-reasoning questions -- Critical-Reasoning Practice Questions and Answer Explanations -- Critical-reasoning practice questions -- Answer explanations -- ch. 7 Bringing It Together: A Mini Practice Verbal Section -- Working Through Verbal Reasoning Practice Questions -- Understanding What's Right with Answer Explanations -- ch. 8 Analyze This: What to Expect from the Analytical Writing Assessment -- Fitting in the AWA with the Rest of the GMAT -- Calling 411: Your AWA Writing Tools -- Analyzing an Argument -- Racking Up the Points: How the GMAT Scores Your Essay -- Getting to know your readers -- Interpreting the scores -- Requesting your essay be rescored -- ch. 9 Present Perfect Paragraphs: How to Write a GMAT Essay -- Avoiding Grammar, Punctuation, and Mechanics Errors -- Punctuation errors -- Sentence-structure problems -- Faulty forming of possessives -- Spelling issues -- More dos and don'ts -- Practice makes perfect! -- Building a Better Essay: Ten Steps to a Higher Score -- ch. 10 Deconstructing Sample GMAT Essays -- Defining GMAT AWA Scores -- Taking a Look at Sample Essays -- Sample essay #1 -- Discussion of sample essay #1 -- Sample essay #2 -- Discussion of sample essay #2 -- Sample essay #3 -- Discussion of sample essay #3 -- Sample essay #4 -- Discussion of sample essay #4 -- ch. 11 Sampling a Series of Writing Prompts -- Sample Prompt #1 -- Sample response to essay #1 -- Dissection of essay #1 -- Sample Prompt #2 -- Sample response to essay #2 -- Dissection of essay #2 -- Sample Prompt #3 -- Sample response to essay #3 -- Dissection of essay #3 -- Sample Prompt #4 -- Sample response to essay #4 -- Dissection of essay #4 -- ch. 12 Getting Back to Basics: Numbers and Operations -- Just Your Type: Kinds of Numbers -- It's Not Brain Surgery: Basic Operations -- Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing -- Checking out the real estate: Properties of real numbers -- Using Little Numbers for Big Values: Bases and Exponents -- Adding and subtracting with exponents -- Multiplying and dividing with exponents -- Figuring out the powers of 0 and 1 -- Dealing with fractional exponents -- Working with negative exponents -- Checking Out the Ancestry: Roots -- Order of Operations: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally -- Splitting Up: Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages -- Defining numerators, denominators, and other stuff you need to know about fractions -- Adding and subtracting fractions -- Multiplying and dividing fractions -- Calculating percent change -- Taking it further: Repeated percent change -- Making Comparisons: Ratios and Proportions -- Playing the Numbers: Scientific Notation -- ch. 13 Considering All the Variables: Algebra -- Defining the Elements: Algebraic Terms -- Braving the unknowns: Variables and constants -- Coming together: Terms and expressions -- Knowing the nomials: Kinds of expressions -- Maintaining an Orderly Fashion: Algebraic Operations -- Adding to and taking away -- Multiplying and dividing expressions -- Extracting Information: Factoring Polynomials -- Something in common: Finding common factors -- Two by two: Factoring quadratic polynomials -- Minding Your Ps and Qs: Functions -- Standing in: Understanding function terminology -- Taking it to the limit: Domain and range of functions -- Putting On Your Thinking Cap: Problem-Solving -- Isolating the variable: Linear equations -- Bringing in the substitution: Simultaneous equations -- Not playing fair: Inequalities -- Solving quadratic equations -- Reading between the lines: Word problems -- Burning the midnight oil: Work problems -- Going the distance: Distance problems -- ch. 14 Getting the Angle on Geometry: Planes and Solids -- Fishing for the Answers: Lines and Angles -- Trusting Triangles -- Triple treat: Types of triangles -- The area of a triangle -- The Pythagorean theorem and other cool stuff about right triangles -- A striking resemblance: Similar triangles -- Playing Four Square: Quadrilaterals -- Drawing parallels: Parallelograms -- Raising the roof: Trapezoids -- Showing Their Good Sides: Other Polygons -- Eating Up Pieces of Pi: Circles -- Ring measurements: Radius, diameter, and circumference -- Blueprints for Noah: Arcs -- Line'em up: Chords, inscribed and circumscribed figures, and tangents -- Getting a Little Depth Perception: Three-Dimensional Geometry -- Chipping off the old block: Rectangular solids -- Sipping from soda cans and other cylinders -- ch. 15 Keeping in Step: Coordinate Geometry -- Taking Flight: The Coordinate Plane -- Line dancing: Understanding coordinate geometry -- What's the point? Finding the coordinates -- On all fours: Identifying quadrants -- Slip-Sliding Away: Slope and Linear Equations -- Taking a peak: Defining the slope of a line -- Using the slope-intercept form to graph lines -- Meeting in the middle -- Going the distance -- Considering other shapes on the coordinate plane -- Fully Functioning: Graphing Functions -- Passing the vertical line test -- Feeling at home with domain and range -- ch. 16 Manipulating Numbers: Statistics and Sets -- Joining a Clique: Groups -- Setting Up Sets -- Set terminology -- Getting a visual: Venn diagrams -- Making Arrangements: Permutations and Combinations -- Positioning with permutations -- Coming together: Combinations -- Meeting in the Middle: Mean, Median, and Mode -- Straying from Home: Range and Standard Deviation -- Scouting out the range -- Watching out for wanderers: Standard deviation -- Predicting the Future: Probability -- Finding the probability of one event -- Finding the probability of many events -- ch. 17 It's All in the Presentation: GMAT Quantitative Question Types -- Enough's Enough: Data-Sufficiency Questions -- You don't need the solution to find the answer -- Steps to approaching data-sufficiency problems -- Taking a Look at Data-Sufficiency Practice Problems -- Practice questions -- Answer explanations -- Houston, We Have a Problem: Problem-Solving Questions -- Trying Out Some Problem-Solving Practice Problems -- Practice questions -- Answer explanations --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 18 All Together Now: A Mini Practice Quantitative Section -- Tackling GMAT Math Practice Questions -- Checking Out the Answer Explanations -- ch. 19 Best of Both Worlds: The Integrated-Reasoning Section -- Understanding What the IR Section Is All About -- Skills tested -- Question format -- Figuring Out How the IR Section Is Scored -- Making the Most of Your Time -- Approaching Each Question Type -- Table analysis -- Two-part analysis -- Graphics interpretation -- Multi-source reasoning -- ch. 20 Deciphering Data in Charts and Graphs -- Approaching Integrated-Reasoning Data in Five Easy Steps -- Translating Information in Tables -- Making Comparisons with Bar Graphs -- Simple bar graphs -- Graphs with many bars -- Segmented bar graphs -- Evaluating Line Graphs -- Basic line graphs -- Scatter plots -- Complex scatter plots -- Clarifying Circle Graphs (Also Known as Pie Charts) -- Extracting Data from Venn Diagrams -- ch. 21 GMAT Practice Test -- ch. 22 Practice Test Answers and Explanations -- ch. 23 Ten Question Types You've Got a Good Shot At -- ch. 24 Ten Writing Errors to Avoid -- ch. 25 Ten Ways to Increase Your Chances of Getting into Business School
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1 online resource ( 384 pages) :
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9781119374084
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computer
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c
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Reproduction note
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Stock number
99974792245
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(NhCcYBP)14981239

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